Ghana has a 238,535 km land mass with 2,093 kilometres of international land borders, and is located within West Africa with the northern half of Ghana containing savannas and wildlife and the southern half of Ghana containing great industrial mineral and fossil fuel wealth, principally gold, petroleum and natural gas. The southern half of Ghana dominates in terms of population and agricultural resources, and is rich in forests, woodlands and fertile lands, and features a string of springs, waterfalls, streams, rivers, caves, lakes, esturaries, mountains, wildlife parks and nature reserves. The coast of Ghana is a labyrinth of castles, forts, ports, harbours, Cape Three Points peninsula, and beaches that line Ghana's 560 kilometres Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean coastline of mainly sandy beaches.
Black Star Reviews & Ratings
No Reviews / Ratings Yet